Frost & Sullivan recognizes Smartmatic's Customer Value Enhancement in the Identity Management Market
Boca Raton, Florida, April 14th 2011. - Frost & Sullivan has distinguished Smartmatic with the 2011 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Enhancement based on its recent analysis of the identity management systems biometrics market.
''The expertise and ability to develop a valuable, vastly accepted technology for the industry thus makes Smartmatic the worthy recipient of the 2011 Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Enhancement of the Year Award in the identity management systems Biometrics market'', said Frost & Sullivan research analyst Neelima Sagar. ''Enhanced security, flexibility, and time-and mission-criticality are some of the major benefits that Smartmatic provides to its end users across all verticals. The company's underlying objective has been to offer scalable solutions for superior client value,'' added Sagar.
Smartmatic's device, the PARmobile, collects biometric and biographic data by using a modular design and open standards-based architecture, which helps end users, achieve a significantly higher degree of accuracy and reliability.
''We are truly honored and delighted to receive this prestigious award. In our constant mission of creating and developing technologies that will improve efficiency and transparency, we've conceived our PARmobile as the toughest and most modern portable device available for collecting biometric and biographic data and covering all programs related to identity management, delivering the best value and effectiveness possible'' said Antonio Mugica, CEO of Smartmatic.
Some of Smartmatic's significant projects include the Biometric Voter Registration in Bolivia, which used thousands of units of Smartmatic's PARmobile for the registration stations and training courses for the National Electoral Court's staff. Another project involving Mexico's Secretariat of Governance employed Smartmatic, along with partner Cross Match Technologies, Inc., to supply new technologies to improve and safeguard the national registry. Furthermore, the United Nations, through its Development Programme (UNDP), selected Smartmatic to provide new technologies for the improvement of the electoral register of the Republic of Zambia.
''The key factor of our success in providing superior customer value has been the combination of our agility in regard to quality, accuracy and responsiveness, with our centralized approach to logistics as well as our comprehensive insight from each of the projects we've been involved in, which has helped us exceed our clients' expectations'', commented Mugica.
Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards recognizes companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analysis and extensive secondary research in order to identify best practices in the industry.